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"O?O ETY
{ Continued From Sixth Pago.)
East Marshall Streot, left Wednesday for
Fornham, Va., where they will visit their
ulster, AIlss R.\S. Lumpkln.
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Mr. nnd .Mrs. XV. T. Slzer ond their
niece, Miss Mnyro Slzer Puller, will leave
Thursday for tho Elkton Inn, Elktun,
Va., to spend tho rest of the summer.
Miss M. Campbell Rider, who Is visiting
lier friend, Miss Stella Crockett, of
Onancock, Accomac county, will be Miss
Crockett's guest until September.
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Miss Hattle Floyd has returned to her
homo In Hanover county, after a delight?
ful stay of several weeks nt Virginia
Beach.
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Mrs. .Tames IT. Hundley nnd son, ac?
companied by Misses Lula and Erma Pul?
ler, will leave this week for the moun?
tains of Virginia.
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Miss Augusta Bohle, Miss Mamie Hep
pert, Mrs, Wlldt nnrl hor son, Julius,
have gone lo tho Virginia mountains for
the summer.
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Mrs. John Risncr hs? as her guest Miss
Florence Miller, tho daughter of the
Rev. P. II. Miller, of Westminster, Md.
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Mrs. XV. D. Kerns nini Miss Kdns Bock
wood have gone to the country, and will
spend the month of August visiting
friends and relatives In Charlotte and
Prince Edward counties.
Miss Alice D, Crank and Mr. Richard
Perkins, of Louisa county, were married
In his home at 0 ?. M. Thursday last by
the Rev. W. B. BeaucTmmp.
After thn ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Per?
kins left for Louisa.
Misses Mamie and Grace Tlgnor, of No.
BU West Cary Street, left August 1st to
spend August nnd Sopiembcr In Bedford
City. Before their return they will visit
tho PcakB of Otter,
Mrs. E. Lorrnlne and family loft Fri?
day to ?;pend August at tho Greenbrler
White Sulphur Springs.
Mise Annie W. and Miss Mnry Elizabeth
Moore are at tho AVarm Springs for the ?
season.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. '8. Moore and their
two Interesting little daughters havo gone
to Atlantic City for the month of August.
Mrs. Floyd Tyler, Miss Margaret A.
Ryan. Miss Louise Ryan. Miss Mary P..
Ryan and little Mlfses Arnette and Flor?
ence R. Tyler will spend the remainder
of the summer In thc Blue Ridge Moun?
tains.
Mr. William Lightfoot, Mr. Beverly
Tucker, Mr. Randolph and Mr. George
Harrison and Mr. Bei'crly, who are spend
Ing? some time at Virginia Beach, gave
a watermelon feast at Mrs. Cook's cottage
last week to a? number of young ladles.?
the Richmond girls among them being
Miss Sands and Miss Mary and Miss Kan?
nte Waddlll.
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Miss Lilly Martin nccompanled by her
friend. Miss Josephine Vnss, of South
Laurel Streot, has gone for a- visit to^j
friends In Hampton, Virginia Beach and ?
Buckroe.
Mr. and Mrs. Derntur Axtell sailed
Wednesday last by the Oceanic for Liver?
pool. They will spend the rest of the
summer abroad.
Mrs. M. A. Martin, of the Woman's
MISS HARRIOTTE L. TALIAFERRO,
The di-iUflhter of Major Thomas Tallaferro, of Gloucester, who will visit her relatives
this summer, after having spent six years In Europe studying art. As an
exhibitor In the Paris Salon Miss Tallaferro was highly complimented.
Collego. Is studying vocal music ln New
York under such famous artists as J.
Armour Galloway and Madam Van
Pruyn. Mrs. Martin's slstor, Miss Lucy
Bowers, accompanied her, and is taking
.tt course as a. ?pianist In tho ???? York
College of Music.
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After a delightful visit of three weeks
to relatives ln Baltimore, Miss Mary B.
Anderson has gone to spend the remain?
dor of tha summer ln the- mountains with
ber parente.
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Mrs. C. T. Sydnor and two daughters
?re. with Mrs. W, XV, Massey at "Ash
liawn," Albomane county, Va.
Miss Mamlo Blunt, of Church Filli, and
her aunt, Mrs. George Hatcher, will
pay a ylslt of several weeks to relatives
tn the Virginia mountains.
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Miss Gertrude Miller left yesterday to
?pend tho month of August at her old
home, Ashevllle, N, C. Mrs. Catherine
ICllnb, her aunt, who has many friends
In Ashevllle and Its vloinlty, went with
ber.
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Mrs. V. P. Carlton and her eon, Mr.
Philip R. Carlton, have gone to Virginia
Beach for a several-woeka' Stay, Mrs,.
Carlton will also visit Norfolk before her
return.
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Mrs. P. L. Gunn left yesterday for
the Alleghany Hotel, Goshen, at which
delightful resort ehe will spend the month
Of August.
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A popular Richmond party at Virginia
Beach, chaperoned by Mia- W* S? P,
MRS. J. R. RAULSTON.
Mrs. J. R. Raulston, of Birmingham, Ala., famous for her success as an rrtlst
and for her special skill as a rote pnlntor, has been the guest ot her sister, Mrs.
Harry Berkeley Watkins, In Richmond,
Later In the summer Mrs. Raulston will study In Alfred, New York, with Mar?
shall Fry, and will visit New York city. Before returning to Birmingham she will
go to Chicago for some Weeks to take Instruction from Aullch, one of the finest of
roso painters.
Work with private classes In her own studio Is what Mrs. Raulston prefers. To
pursue her preference Independently, she refused Just before coming to Richmond
a flattering offer of tho directorship of the Art Department In San Soucl College, South
Carolina, tendered her by the college principal, Mrs. William Hayne Perry..
Mrs. Raulston spent her early life In Danville, Va., and has still many friends
and relatives In Virginia, though she went, after her marriage, to live In Chicago,
and has been for some years a resident of Birmingham. She Is nor only a talented
artist, but possesses great charm of manner and person, and must be an Important
social factor In any. city where she elects to locate. Great pleasure Is felt and ex?
pressed in Birmingham over the fact that she has declined Mrs. Perry's offer and
will continue her studio classes. Her ability and success In her profession must be
not only a source of gratification to herself, but a great pride and pleasure to the
many who are warmly Interested In her career.
Mayo, Includes Miss Mildred Hill, Misses
Bland, Misses Mary and Evelyn Hill.'
Prominent among the nud'enco at the
Orange Hoi se Show on Thursday, appear?
ed Mrs Hermann Ulman, Mrs. Ralph
Stern, Miss Adele Stern, Mrs M. Low
enbt-rg and Miss Julia Nelson, all of
whom are spending the summer at the
.Louisa. Hotel, Louisa, Va.
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Miss Lucie Morton, o? Keysvllle, Va.,
who spent last winter at Mrs. Camin's.
corner of Th'rd and Grace Streets, and hns
been much admired at Virgin'a Beach
this season, will go from the Beach to
visit her uncle In Tennessee.
Mrs. W. XV. Townes, of Petersburg,
Va., Is visiting lier sister, Mrs. W. P.
Ailklns, of South Third Street.
Miss Elizabeth Keilt King, a charming
contributor to Tho Times-Dispatch Chil?
dren's Pago, drove one of tho ponies at
the Orange Horse Show on Thursday.
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Mr. W. XV. Townes, Jr., prominent in
society circles of Petersburg, who is now
holding a lino position In Charlestown,
XV, Va., hns been recently spend'ng his
summer vacation in delightful fashion
among old friends ln his native city. He
passed through Richmond Thursday on
his return to Charlestown and was quite
as cordially woloomed hero as In Pe?
tersburg, receiving hearty congratulations
over his success In his nbw Held of work,
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Mrs. Isaac Carrlngton and Miss Mary
Coles Carrlngton will spend August at
Crockett's Springs, Va., whero thoy will
lie joined by Miss Margaret Cabell Car?
rlngton.
Mrs. Kate Pendloton Smith, of North
Carolina, will spend a few days of this
week with Mrs. R. T. Hunter, on her
way to home of her undo, Mr, William
Barrett, of "Cuckoo," Louisa county.
Mrs. Nelllio Sweeney Palmer, the well
known singer, reached -Richmond Saturr
day from Atluntlo City, and la the guest
of Mrs. Fritz Sitterdlng.
Misa Sweeney, Mrs. Palmer's slater, the
well-remembered prinolpal of the Wo?
man's College, Is enjoying a tour on the
Continent of Europe this summer. ?
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Mr. John M. Hlggins has sailed for
Europe. He will visit hU daughter, Mrs.
Caughey at Messina, Italy, Miss Marie
Hagant who ban been wltb- Mra. C*v*>
hey, will return with Mr. H__-_.ns when
lie comes back to Richmond.
Miss Sophlo Whlto will be one of the
attractive Richmond girls at the White
Sulphur this season.
A charmln-r ?TOup of White Sulphur
habitues will Include Mrs. Seddon Bruce,
of Halifax, and Mrs. Roger Pryor, of
New York, who have been social leaders
at the Whit? for years.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey L. Taylor and
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Lumsden wllK
leave to-morrow for the Greenbrler White
Sulphur. I
Miss Myrtle Phenlx end Miss Cora
Eastman, of R'chmond, who have been
the guests of the Misses Morrlsette, of
Danville, after having spent a very pleas?
ant time, returned last night. ,
LARGE LAWN PAR+V
Sears Hill Ho3e C-mpany Enrich Their
Tr-asury.
(Special to The Tlmos-Dlspatch.)
STAUNTON, VA., August 1.?The
largest lawn party held ln this city for
years was held by the Sears Hill Hose
Company last week, at which the gross
receipts wore nearly S'2U). Several ladies
were contestants for different prizes.
Miss Hazel Shewey was tho winner of
the handsome diamond ring; Miss Nona
Kllgulen, set of spoons. Miss Carrie
Fretweli was awarded an opal ring, as
a special prize. Tho hose company clear?
ed $154._
COAL FORCES A NAIL
INTO A MAN'S BRAIN
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
SHAMOKIN, PA., August L?When
Warren Waldellns went to work in the
Corbln mine yesterday morning he stuck
a horseshoe nail In his cap for the pur?
pose of holding In position an unruly flap.
As he worked a piece of coal fell and
struck Waldellns. on the head. The mis?
sile was not enough to Inflict a serious
wound had It not struck the nail In such
tt manner that the sprig of metal was
sent Into tho skull of tho minor.
Waldellns foil and was unconscious
when found. Ho died in a short while.
The nail had pierced the brain.
Norfolk and Ocean View
Cape Henry rnrf Va B.ach, $1.25,
Two fast vestibuled trains leave Rich?
mond (Main-Street Station) every Run
day 8:20 A. M. and 3 A. M. 8.-??0, A. M.
train makes no stop. ? A. M. train stops
at Newport News. A fast, clean ride
over rock-ballast, track. Only 8? miles
to tho ocean. Threo hours longer at
Ocean View than via any other route.
Returning, leavo Virginia Beach via new
electric line 5:30 P. M. Leave Norfolk
via Ocean View Railway 7 P. M. Leave
Ocean View 7:30 P. M. Old Point 8:16
P, M. Arrive nichmond 10:15 P. M.
Tickets also good on train leaving Old
Point 4:55 P. M., Newport News 5:25 P.
Mil arriving? Richmond 7 P. M. Ten hours
at tho seaside. Only ?1.00 round trip on
either 8:30 or 9 A. M. train,
For Infauts and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signaturo
of C&L?/ffla&&i<
TAKE STEAMER PO0AHONTA8
Saturday Nl.ht, Auquel 8, '1903, at 10
o'clock,
Round trip to Norfolk . 75o.
Round trip to Newport News .......... 75o.
Children under 12 years .?... 60c.
TickoVs good to return Sunday night or
following Tuesday._
IT'S A LOVELY TRIP I
To Popular Beach Pork; 60c. for round
trip, Special trai" leave? Richmond every
afternoon at 5:30 P. M. Sijndays leave
Richmond 9:30 A. M. and 4:00 ?P. ?M, To.
_iu onoo means to so ai.au.?
August is Welcomed by Folks
in King George.
CAMP ? MEETING SEASON
People in Multitudes and Watermelons
in Prolusion?A Smart Collie Dog
Buries Her QoaJ Pup.
Personal.
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) [
COMORN, VA., August 1.?August Is
generally looked forward to by country
tioulc as a timo of rest and holidays,
end the advent of the month Is always
welcome to the young and the old ullko,
The growing crops are pretty generally
worked out ond "laid by," and the bulk
o? the whtjat and oat crop threshed out
and housed by the fust of August, so that
thc farmer:., laborers and nearly all class?
es are ready for a month o? rest. It Is
not at all strungo, then, that August
Is the time for "protracted meetings" at
the country churches. Everybody who
bus any leisure at all, has it in August,
when watermelons are ripe; so there Is
no such thing us Ilio ?'suinmer revival
meetings" without multitudes of people
and wutermelons in prolusion. August,
IOCS, will bo no exception-will be spent
by rural citizens Just as all previous Au?
gusts havo been spent by preceding gen?
erations. Already tho "big meetln's"
have been announced for all the churches.
Whartoii Grove Baptist camp meeting,
In Lancaster county, opened a ?eck ago,
and has attracted vast crowds from all
parts of tho Northern Neck and other
sections. Marvin. Grove Methodist camp
meeting opened yesterday, and tlio multi?
tudes are wending their way thither.
Those who cannot Journey so far to a
csmp meeting havo been amply provided
for at home?"protracted meetings" at
th?lr own chufch and "big ? guns" from
a distance to assist the local pastors.
The records ln the clerk's office show
that the first Thursday In each month
has been county court-day hero in King
George continuously since the year 1721?
1. e., for 1S2 years past tho citizens of
King George have been accustomd to at?
tending their County Court on the first
Thursday In each and every month.
A SMART DOG. I
The "smartest" dog ln King George
county Is a female collie owned by Mr.
Henry H. Hunter, who resides in the
courthouse village. Thl3 canine's almost
human intelligence has been attracting
attention for several years, and Its ex?
traordinary "manners" has made It well
nlgl? famous. Recently one of her little
family of puppies died, and, In her mani?
fest "grief, she carried the littlo
"corpse" under the clerk's bffico and
lead It out." Two days later, while Mr.
Hunter was trying to devise some way of
reaching and removing the nuisance from
the hiding ?Mace under tho building, tho
mother dog crawled through a small open?
ing in the brick wall, dragged the dead
puppy out, carried It to a neighboring
field, where she dug a hole ln tho
ground, and buried it as carefully and
almost as completely as could havo been
done by human hands. Mr. H. H. Hun?
ter, clerk of tho court: E. L. Hunter and
County Treasurer H. B. Cogbill, all of
whom are gentlemen of high standing and
unquestioned veracity, vouch for the cor?
rectness of tho story of this wonderful
collie. ; .
The road overseers, recently appointed
to put the public highways of this coun?
ty in order, under a system to supersede
the contract system, begun their task
early this week. They are requlrod to
hire necessary labor, and to pay each
man 75 cents per day?eight hours to
make a day. It Is hoped and believed
by manv that tho county will have bet?
ter roads under this plan than It had at
any time under the costly contract sys?
tem, which was abandoned In May of
this year. .... -,
Some of tho "reaches" along the Po?
tomac river, off this county, are ootted
with crabbers every day until about 1
o'clock, many of whom are thus engaged
"just for the sport of It," while tho
others aro earning a livelihood by catch?
ing crabs to sell at live cents per dozen.
PERSONALS.
Mr. T. Freeland Mason, of Fittsburg,
Pa., visited friends here this week.
Mr. Victor Montgomery, of Washington,
D. C, Is expected here to-day to spend a
few days with his wife and children,
who are summering at their country
home at this place.
Mr. John Hancock and Mr. O. A,
imMwmm&MummEMmm^mmMB>^^@m
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relief for skin-tortured babies and rest, for tired mothers.
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Blllingsley, of Fredericksburg, were here
on business this week.
Mrs. Stella Meyer, of Now York, ls a
eruest of her parents, near this place.
Miss A. M. Lewis, of Washington, Is
spending somo time with relatives ln this
clunty.
Attorney CliftoroWA. Mountjoy, who has
been on a brief visit to his mother In this
neighborhood, has returned to his home
in New York city.
Mr. Otis Farmer, of Middlesex, ls vis?
iting his parents here.
Mrs. George Revere and Mrs. Thomas
Muze and children, of Middlesex, are vis?
iting their kinsfolk noar hero.
Rev. J. W. T. McNiel, of Washin-r
ton, D. C, Is assisting Rov. Qeorgo
Conolly In revival meetings ln Westmore?
land county.
Miss Jessie Davlos, of Washington, is
a guest of relativos In King George.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Mlffleton, of the
District of Columbia, are spending this
week In King George.
Mr. Henrv Melowne, of Williamsport,
Pa., Is a guest of Captain P. T. F. Wolfe
and family, at Ambar, this county.
The Unions and the1 Militia.
It is tlrno. too, that organized labor
undcrstooi] that any attompt bv It to dis?
credit the mllltla. or to punish men for
belonging to It, will be resented by the
American people. Denouncing and pun?
ishing the State's soldiers 13 as much an
attack on the State as denouncing and
punishing the Governor or tho Supremo
Court for accepting ofllce. All are alike
eervants of the State. So union men or
any others who assail the mllltla assail
tho State and the flag.?Indianapolis
News. ,
MILLIONAIRES IN
FOR BIG ROAD RACE
Alfred Vanderbllt and a Phil"
adelphian Dickering for .
a Fine Spin.
(Special to The ..?nes-DIspatch.)
NEWPORT, R. Ii, August l.?Alrrcd G.
Vanderbllt and R. Nelson Buckley, a
young Phlladelphlnn, who has a fine
stable of horses at Newport, are dis?
cussing terms of a road race which will
provo tbe big .porting event of the sea?
son. At present tho two young men'dif?
fer upon somo very important details, but
these differences are capable of __just
mont, and, as Henry Whltehouse, an
intimato friend of Mr. Vanderbllt, Inter?
ested nlmself this morning, It Is believed
a common ground will soon bo discovered
upon which Mr. Vanderbllt and Mr. Budk
lev can stand.
Mr. Buckley "has offered to enter a horso
ognlnst ?iny horse In tho Vanderbllt ata?
blo... barring tho noted stallion M'ackqy
Wilkos for ton milos, stylo and action tu
bt> .taken Into consideration
Mr. Vanderbllt proposes a race o? two
to Ave miles with Maclcey Wllkea to rep?
rosent the Vandorbllt string,,
Henry Whltehouso offers to bet $500
that. Mr. Vanderbllt can bar the stallion
aud boat Mr. Buckley's representative;
The Philadelphia colony la likely to
back'the Buckley stables heavily.
SYMPATHETIC INSANITY:
STRANGE CASE REPORTED
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.1
NEW YORK. August L?A case of In?
sanity, Inducod by sympathy, was brought
to light yestorday ln Port Cheater, when
Charles Crawford was committed to the
State Asylum, In Poughkeopsle. For live
years Crawford boarded with James
Dougherty, a night watchman, who lost
his mind two weeks ago from brooding
over the murder of Policeman Maurice
Ahearn, who was shot down tn New Ro?
chelle by Frank Raffo, the Italian bur?
glar. Tha watchman Imagined that there
were burglars after him to kill him, the
samo as Ratto did Ahearn.
Crawford had nover exhibited a trace
of Insanity until Dougherty was sent
away, then ho began to grieve and act
ciueerly, and on Thursday he was taken
Into custody by tha rlollce, who foun<J
him wandering aimlessly in the street.
When arraigned before Justlco of the
Peace Wakeileld, he refused to talk, and
sat staring at tho celling. He was <jn>
amlned yestorday by Drs. M?3ad and Staf?
ford, who pronounced him imane.
MRS, RAULSTOW'S STUD?O IN THE WATTS BU.LDINQ. BIRMINGHAM. ALA

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